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Acronova Xymba Dual-Drive Auto CD/DVD Duplicator
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The Acronova Xymba series are automated CD and DVD duplicators with two drives so output speed is doubled with faster performance. This Xymba is a st...Click To Read More About This Product
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An affordable, easy-to-use DVD/CD duplicator.
The Acronova Xymba series are automated CD and DVD duplicators with two drives so output speed is doubled with faster performance. This Xymba is a standalone model equipped with a built-in hard drive, the Acronova burner is capable of duplicating multiple different master discs at a time. No PC connection is required.
One touch operation
Xymba XB-42 has a user friendly interface without complicated setups. Simply load the CD or DVD and press a button. With top opened loader design, users can refill blank discs any time by stacking more discs on top of the remaining discs with no interruption to the running job.
Error detection mechanism
All Acronova Xymba duplicators are equipped with an automatic error detection mechanism. Whenever error occurs while copying is in progress, the burning system will automatically segregate the failed copy into a reject bin.
Native SATA Optical and Hard Drives Compatible
The disc copier has true SATA connected drives without IDE bridge adapters installed. Acronova Xymba is equipped with the latest technology so users have less worry in the future.
Lockable dust-free cabinet with 80 disc capacity
Lockable cabinet hold 80 discs and provides extra security and a dust free environment.
- Standalone Dual Drive Auto-Duplicator
- Native SATA Optical and Hard Drives Compatible
- Lockable Dust-Free Cabinet
- 80 Disc Capcity
- One Touch Operation
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Xymba Dual-Drive Auto CD/DVD Duplicator
- Auto-Loader: Separated drop and pick mechanism, patent-pending
- Cycle-Time: Less than 15 seconds per disc run (burning time excluded)
- Input Hopper: 80 disc capacity
- Output Hopper: 80 disc capacity
- Media: Standard 120 mm disc
- Reject Tray: 3 disc capacity
- Optical Disc Drive: Two SATA optical drives, industry standard 5-1/4" form factor
- Write Speed: 40x maximum for CD-R duplication
- 20x maximum for DVD+/-R duplication
- Hard-Drive: 3.5" SATA hard drive
- Write CD Formats: CD Extra, CD-ROM Mode 1 & 2 CD-DA, CD-ROM/XA Video CD,
- Game CD Mix Mode, HFS CD Bridge, Multi-session, Photo CD
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- Burners Work Well And It
- Good Tech Support
- Bad Loading
- Breaks Discs
- Can~'~~t Find Discs For It
- Pricey / Poor Value
Comments about Acronova Xymba Dual-Drive Auto CD/DVD Duplicator:
I bought this burner a couple months ago. Very excited when I bought it and it worked fine the first few hours.
About four hours after getting it and testing a few discs I finally decided to fill it up and let it run overnight. Before I left I heard something snap and the error light turn on. Upon further inspection I found a delaminated disc with chips on the edges was in the burner. I figured it was a fluke and, after resetting everything and taking the bad disc out, started it again. The very next disc did the same thing and after ten resets I called it a night.
The next day was no better so I investigated. The loading of the discs is done using three turning wheels that work like cork screws. They turn and separate the discs from the rest of the stack, pause, then start again, dropping the disc (in theory) into the open tray of one of the burners.
The turning wheels broke my discs whether there was a large stack or a single disc. When they did the first turn I could see the disc bow and creak, then the second turn would chip, delaminate, or even sometimes shatter the disc.
Since I couldn't think of any solutions, I called Acronova. Tech support did a very good job trouble shooting. my only gripe was they told me it was my disc but they couldn't recommend a disc to me. It seems that even if they find a disc that works they can't point customers to it since the next batch of the exact disc may not work with their machine.
After about an hour of running the machine through tests I asked if I could send ten of my discs in to have them tested at the factory.
Another week of waiting and I was told my discs weren't glued with a high enough quality glue, making them delaminate. I bought another batch of discs, this time of much higher quality and with a popular brand name. Five discs in the machine did it again. Thinking maybe even these discs weren't good enough I bought two different VERY high grade discs at the local store, ones that theres no way you could economically use in a huge burning project, but worth a try. Both of these sets of discs all met their demise during the loading process. I called tech support again, but they didn't have anything else they could do, so I sent it back for a refund.
They deemed the machine in perfect working order, which meant a three digit charge for restocking.
I went into this wanting this machine to work, but with this loading flaw and the fact they couldn't recommend discs that would work, I don't see how this machine is any good.
My recommendation: Don't buy it. Its a waste of money and you'll be stuck paying for shipping it back and a restocking fee
Comments about Acronova Xymba Dual-Drive Auto CD/DVD Duplicator:
While I did not run into any issues with the Acronova Xymba Dual-Drive Auto CD/DVD Duplicator hardware, the QQ software that came with the publisher was very difficult to work with. I had to reboot the machine and the computer almost every time I wanted to burn a CD or DVD because of the errors I ran into. The original version of the software that came with the Xymba was incredibly slow. While making a label, I had to wait several seconds for the letters I typed to show up. Tech support sent of several newer versions of the software, but the same errors appeared in all of them. They said the errors were most likely caused by the RDP connection I was using or the redirected My Documents folder that our company has in place. Even when we did not use an RDP connection or log in with an account with a redirected My Documents, we still had difficulty getting the software to work. Overall, I was able to burn very few discs with this machine and my company ended up shipping it back because we could not work around all the software errors.